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TAGB Tae Kwon-Do, Horfield

Aiki Ten Shin Sho Kai International, Bristol

Avon River Cruises Ltd, Bristol

Sheer Adventure, Bristol

Inspired Sports!, Portishead

Compass Sea School Ltd, Portishead

South Bristol Divers, Bristol

The Bristol Avon Sailing Club, Bristol

West Country Water Park, Winterbourne

Bristol Ferry Boat Company, Bristol

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Severn Road Club, Bristol

Bristol Bombers BMX, Bristol

Clevedon & District RC, Clevedon

Lawrence Weston BMX Club, Lawrence Weston

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Tynings Trekking Centre, Blagdon

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Ministry of Paintball, Bristol

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Avon Valley Railway, Bristol

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Oldbury Court Estate, Fishponds

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Blagdon Pumping Station and Visitor Centre, Blagdon

Clifton Cathedral, Clifton

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